Job Vacancies – Hull ReNew Criminal Justice Service
CRI is delighted to have been successful in winning the contract for the “ReNew” Criminal Justice Drug and Alcohol Service in Hull.
ReNew is an exciting new service offering end to end support for service users with alcohol or drug issues, and their families, who are involved in the Criminal Justice System. This will include Prevention, Early intervention, Case Management, Medically Assisted Recovery, Family Interventions, 12 Step and CBT based Groupwork, Aftercare and Building Sustainable Recovery in the community.
To deliver this contract CRI is utilising the expertise of RAPt and Work Solutions.
Hull CVS Consultation Response
Consultation on a new fund to support the sustainability of voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations Hull Community and Voluntary Services Response This response has been drawn up after consultation with our members and listening to the views of key stakeholders. Hull CVS supports the idea of the fund and believes it represents a […]
Consultancy Work Opportunity
Selby Big Local in partnership with Selby District Council and North Yorkshire County Council (Public Health) wish to appoint a consultant or organisation with experience of community research to assist them to develop a community profile and vision and to support the process of engaging the wider community as part of the Big Local initiative […]
Employment Support Allowance
Throughout July, a number of clients have been in to the Hull & East Riding CAB offices, presenting a range of different problems and issues. One of the most common problem areas is Employment Support Allowance (ESA).
Community spirit ‘alive and kicking’ on Bransholme as work starts on Bude Park
IT HAS been in desperate need of a facelift for years. But a team of just four people were struggling to complete the massive task of painting the railings around Bude Park. Now, after an appeal for volunteers in the Mail, 18 people have come forward to help. Rita Major, committee chairman of Friends of […]
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